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3 hours ago, mC HULL said:

they are aussie whip telling me a whippet can can kill hares regular is funny you’d find it collapsed in the middle a the field as soon as november come if not before 😂 

I was laughing about you mentioning kennel blindness, you are known as magoo 😉.

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3 hours ago, mC HULL said:

just about most types shaark and whippets can catch them 

but a bull x or whippet or collie cross will never in a million years stop them most times out or kill a strong one 

we’re talking consistently not once in a blue moon 

a strong hare is to much for most dogs of any breed 

Ah right, I thought you were actually dissing the MIGHTY WHIPPET!!  😄 👍

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15 minutes ago, Aussie Whip said:

I was laughing about you mentioning kennel blindness, you are known as magoo 😉.

I think I was the first person on here, to refer to him as Magoo.

And yep, for the reason you mentioned lol.

I think young Magoo is actually quite sound, we regularly have a bit of banter and a laugh.  👍

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3 hours ago, jigsaw said:

Daytime running??

Jigsaw not going to tell any lies here yes it was on the lamp that was 1989 I think and all flat out lamping then now can't take it away from this we bitch she was deadly on them and she did kill plenty day time too that we bitch died on me 7 years old as I say lads that was back in the old days 

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Read on here someone saying they would rather pick a Whippet out of racing lines(high prey drive) than working lines,words to that affect….any other opinions on that?

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1 minute ago, JMc said:

Read on here someone saying they would rather pick a Whippet out of racing lines(high prey drive) than working lines,words to that affect….any other opinions on that?

Each to there own right if you.were out with a whippet ferreting or lamping and it was smasher But it couldn't win a race witch would you breed from the worker or the racing one I know which on I would breed from hope that answers that 😉 lol

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7 minutes ago, JMc said:

Read on here someone saying they would rather pick a Whippet out of racing lines(high prey drive) than working lines,words to that affect….any other opinions on that?

Now this is just my opinion, and others may disagree, but I think racing bred whippets are faster than working bred, but lack the stamina of the working type.

Ive seen working types lamp rabbits all night, but the racing types seem to tire a lot quicker.

I used racing types for daytime hare and lamping, but they were the non-ped type, not pedigree whippets.

Cheers.

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There's a bitch Bred out off a greyhound that couldn't even make it on the track it was useless but the greyhound took to hunting like a duck to water that picture was took end off October many years ago I know people's going to say they were soft out of season But them days we hunted hares from September onwards and they were day time hare's 

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9 minutes ago, JMc said:

Cheers Chartpolski,working lines more robust would you say,racing line more refined,or not much difference?

I think the lines may be getting a bit blurred now, with racers and workers being crossed, so maybe not so much difference these days 👍

Cheers.

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37 minutes ago, Ferretman65 said:

There's not to many with Brains on here But plenty with big mouths 😉 llf lol 😆 

take heed shaark ferretman65 has you sussed 😂 

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